Theatre Outdoor season THE outdoor theatre season continues with Shakespeare's As You Like It at Newstead Abbey tonight, the Bard's Twelfth Night at Wollaton Hall tomorrow, then a musical comedy interpretation of Sherlock Holmes And The Hound Of The Baskervilles at Wollaton Hall on Thursday and next Friday. Details at trch.co.uk.
Comedy The Raymond & Mr Timpkins Revue THE knockabout comedy duo, featuring a charisma-challenged uncle and his mute nephew, will deliver a set of freakish entertainment on a twisted stick using an acoustic guitar and stylophone at Glee tonight and tomorrow. Pounds 5-Pounds 11, glee.co.uk.
Film Back To The Future A TASTE of Eighties nostalgia is on offer at Broadway on Sunday with a screening of one of the most successful films of the decade. Robert Zemeckis directs Michael J Fox, as he hurtles backwards and forwards in time to fix the problems he has unknowingly caused. Also stars Christopher Lloyd. It starts at 2pm. Certificate: PG. Pounds 7.70, broadway.org.uk.
Music Clumber Park IT'S a big weekend for Clumber Park as it hosts three consecutive nights of music, starting tonight with Rockin' The Park, featuring veteran prog bands Family, Asia and Caravan. There's an Eighties takeover tomorrow for the Flashback Festival with Tony Hadley, Rick Astley, Jimmy Somerville, Go West and others. Then on Sunday, Russell Watson is joined by Amore, featuring Bilsthorpe's Victoria Gray, pictured. 0845 075 6101, ukeventsandproduction.com.
Something for the Weekend COVER stars The Vintage Vixens tell us about the city's thriving retro scene and give their top ten tips on the best places to shop, drink and dance in Notts. Kick-Ass 2 actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson talks about flexing his biceps and being a dad- of-four at just 23. Other celeb interviews include Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood on their new series of The Great British Bake Off and funny woman Jane Horrocks on getting Trollied. Plus, food and fashion at the Caribbean Carnival, football-themed travel ideas from Brazil, the latest gossip from Twitter, exotic interiors, animal print gift ideas and much more - see tomorrow's Weekend magazine, free with the Nottingham Post.
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